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In vivo MBP-Tar crosslinking suggests an asymmetrical signaling mechanism

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In vivo MBP-Tar crosslinking suggests an asymmetrical signaling mechanism. / Zhang, Yinghua; Draheim, Roger Russell; Manson, Michael D.

2001. Poster session presented at BLAST VI, Cuernavaca, Mexico.

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Zhang, Y, Draheim, RR & Manson, MD 2001, 'In vivo MBP-Tar crosslinking suggests an asymmetrical signaling mechanism', BLAST VI, Cuernavaca, Mexico, 14/01/01 - 19/01/01.

APA

Zhang, Y., Draheim, R. R., & Manson, M. D. (2001). In vivo MBP-Tar crosslinking suggests an asymmetrical signaling mechanism. Poster session presented at BLAST VI, Cuernavaca, Mexico.

Vancouver

Zhang Y, Draheim RR, Manson MD. In vivo MBP-Tar crosslinking suggests an asymmetrical signaling mechanism. 2001. Poster session presented at BLAST VI, Cuernavaca, Mexico.

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Zhang, Yinghua ; Draheim, Roger Russell ; Manson, Michael D. / In vivo MBP-Tar crosslinking suggests an asymmetrical signaling mechanism. Poster session presented at BLAST VI, Cuernavaca, Mexico.

Bibtex

@conference{795401970b0348268808d28466f6ee0d,
title = "In vivo MBP-Tar crosslinking suggests an asymmetrical signaling mechanism",
author = "Yinghua Zhang and Draheim, {Roger Russell} and Manson, {Michael D.}",
year = "2001",
month = jan,
language = "English",
note = "BLAST VI ; Conference date: 14-01-2001 Through 19-01-2001",

}

RIS

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AU - Draheim, Roger Russell

AU - Manson, Michael D.

PY - 2001/1

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T2 - BLAST VI

Y2 - 14 January 2001 through 19 January 2001

ER -

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